The American Society of Cinematographers has selected “Birdman,” “The Grand Budapest Hotel,” “The Imitation Game,” “Mr. Turner” and “Unbroken” as nominees for its top feature film award. The nominees…
From the armed forces to backstage on Broadway to a stylized hotel, memorable moments in 2014's top films.
These costumes personified their characters down to the tiniest thread and put their designers on the road to possible Oscar glory.
The production design on these films enveloped us in their world and made us believe it was real. The Academy could reward them for their attention to detail.
These screenwriters penned some of the most interesting and innovative movies of 2014 and could be rewarded for their efforts with an Oscar.
Mike Leigh's "Mr. Turner" leads the field for the 35th London Film Critics' Circle Awards: The painterly biopic received nominations in seven categories, including Film of the Year, Director of the…
"Mr. Turner," Mike Leigh's cinematic portrait of the innovative British painter J.M.W. Turner, takes place in the early 19th century. And while Dick Pope's cinematography is stunningly beautiful in…
The cross-pollination between filmmaking tools and the ways they are put to use by cinematographers, as old as cinema itself, is evident in this year's crop of buzz-worthy awards contenders, which…
Hot off his New York Film Critics Circle win for best actor, Timothy Spall steered the topic of conversation more toward his painting skills than his acting chops at the Variety Screening Series on…
Marion Cotillard and Timothy Spall, who won the N.Y. Critics Film Circle’s best actor awards for “Two Days, One Night” and “Mr. Turner,” talk about acting rituals and getting into character at the…